News Article | February 16, 2017
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwired - Feb. 16, 2017) - Scientific Metals Corp. ("STM" or the "Company") (TSX VENTURE:STM)(FRANKFURT:26X)(OTCQB:SCTFD) is pleased to announce that, subsequent to the closing of its oversubscribed $2.5 million private placement, the Company is finalizing its 2017 exploration plans and work contracts, and is preparing for mobilization of work crews to commence exploratory work. The Company plans to take full advantage of the advanced stage of exploration at Iron Creek as a result of significant work completed by previous workers. All work will be conducted on the patented lode mining claims which cover the previously identified historic estimates (see the Company's news release dated September 7, 2016). Investigating these claims significantly reduces permitting requirements for exploration programs. First, the Company plans to rehabilitate the portals leading to three underground tunnels which currently have a combined length of 1,500 feet and access the mineralized zones. The Company benefits significantly from this underground access to the mineralized zones already evident. When these underground workings have been rehabilitated, the Company plans to conduct extensive underground sampling and some underground drilling, with plans to extract a bulk sample for metallurgical testing. Second, during the course of 2017, the Company plans to conduct surface core drilling on the patented lode mining claims, targeting the known mineralized zones. The objective of this drilling will be to confirm the previously identified historic estimates of cobalt mineralization, and to explore for extensions to these zones. The Company also plans to conduct geophysical surveys over the known mineralized zones to select the most appropriate method to assist in locating drill targets in previously unexplored areas. As previously announced, these historic estimates(which do not do not use categories that conform to current CIM Definition Standards on Mineral Resources and Mineral Reserves as outlined in National Instrument 43-101, Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects ("NI 43-101") ), contain 1,279,000 tons grading an average of 0.59% cobalt (see the Company's news release dated September 7, 2016). The Company has the advantage of utilizing the results of the 30,000 feet of drilling that identified the historic estimates. Wayne Tisdale, CEO of the Company commented: "We look forward to confirming and expanding upon the historical workings on this project. With cobalt currently reaching new 52 week highs along with mounting demand for a safe, secure and ethical supply of cobalt, we feel it is the opportune time to aggressively explore our flagship Iron Creek Cobalt project." Tisdale added, "With the Trump administration's emphasis on providing raw materials for electric batteries sourced in the USA, there will be an ever-increasing emphasis on developing projects such as the Iron Creek Cobalt. We expect that companies such as Tesla, GM, Apple and others will be forced to disclose the ethical shortcomings in their supply chain and source safe, secure and home grown materials for their phone, car and home batteries." The Company is treating the cobalt tonnage and grade estimates above as historical estimates. The historical estimates do not use categories that conform to current CIM Definition Standards on Mineral Resources and Mineral Reserves as outlined in NI 43-101 and have not been redefined to conform to current CIM Definition Standards. The estimates were prepared in the 1980s prior to the adoption and implementation of NI 43-101. The report prepared by Noranda Exploration, Inc. does not detail cut-off grades and metal prices used to estimate the historical mineralization and used a tonnage factor of 11 cubic feet per ton. A qualified person has not, to date, classified the historical estimates as current mineral resources and the Company is not treating the historical estimates as such. More work, including, but not limited to, drilling, will be required to conform the estimates to current CIM Definition Standards. Investors are cautioned that the historical estimates do not mean or imply that economic deposits exist on the Iron Creek property. The Company has not undertaken any independent investigation of the historical estimates or other information contained in this press release nor has it independently analyzed the results of the previous exploration work in order to verify the accuracy of the information. Mr. Garry Clark, P. Geo., of Clark Exploration Consulting, is the "qualified person" as defined in NI 43-101, who has reviewed and approved the technical content in this press release. This news release contains certain "forward-looking information" within the meaning of applicable securities law. Forward-looking information is frequently characterized by words such as "plan", "expect", "project", "intend", "believe", "anticipate", "estimate" and other similar words, or statements that certain events or conditions "may" or "will" occur. . In particular, forward-looking information in this press release includes, but is not limited to, statements with respect to the Company's proposed exploration program and the expectations for the cobalt industry. Although we believe that the expectations reflected in the forward-looking information are reasonable, there can be no assurance that such expectations will prove to be correct. We cannot guarantee future results, performance or achievements. Consequently, there is no representation that the actual results achieved will be the same, in whole or in part, as those set out in the forward-looking information. Forward-looking information is based on the opinions and estimates of management at the date the statements are made, and are subject to a variety of risks and uncertainties and other factors that could cause actual events or results to differ materially from those anticipated in the forward-looking information. Some of the risks and other factors that could cause the results to differ materially from those expressed in the forward-looking information include, but are not limited to: general economic conditions in Canada and globally; industry conditions, including governmental regulation and environmental regulation; failure to obtain industry partner and other third party consents and approvals, if and when required; the availability of capital on acceptable terms; the need to obtain required approvals from regulatory authorities; stock market volatility; liabilities inherent in water disposal facility operations; competition for, among other things, skilled personnel and supplies; incorrect assessments of the value of acquisitions; geological, technical, processing and transportation problems; changes in tax laws and incentive programs; failure to realize the anticipated benefits of acquisitions and dispositions; and the other factors. Readers are cautioned that this list of risk factors should not be construed as exhaustive. The forward-looking information contained in this news release is expressly qualified by this cautionary statement. We undertake no duty to update any of the forward-looking information to conform such information to actual results or to changes in our expectations except as otherwise required by applicable securities legislation. Readers are cautioned not to place undue reliance on forward-looking information. Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.
NI Inc and Lee | Date: 2010-06-23
A Steering Mechanism for a Push and Pull Vehicle is to provide any push and pull vehicle a solid turning, fast reaction steering feeling as a regular bicycle steering, by handlebar turning left or right while still be able to use pulling or pushing action to power a vehicle forward. It contains handlebar at top of swing pole, Bottom contains a U joint connecting to steering, and use frame supported swing arm to drive sprockets, gears, let push and pull power indirect output and move vehicle forward.
Shenzhen University, Xing and NI Inc | Date: 2010-10-13
A self-repairing concrete includes carbamide resin polymer micro-capsules, in which the carbamide resin polymer micro-capsules are mixed for a fixed function of micro-cracks. The quality mixture ratio is: concrete/ micro capsules/ water = 100:1-15:15-50. The manufacturing method is weighing a full amount of water in a container, adding carbamide resin polymer micro-capsules, stirring, until fully dispersed microcapsules; pouring the water into the mixing container, adding the corresponding quality of cement; stirring; adding sand and gravel filling materials, conducting worksite watering, 1/3 volume for each time, vibrating ,and air exhausting; until the slurry filling mold.
Shenzhen University, Xing and NI Inc | Date: 2011-01-26
A self-repairing concrete includes polyurethane polymer micro-capsules, in which the polyurethane polymer micro-capsules are mixed for a fixed function of micro-cracks. The quality mixture ratio is: concrete/ micro capsules/ water = 100:1-15:15-50. The manufacturing method is weighing a full amount of water in a container, adding polyurethane polymer micro-capsules, stirring, until fully dispersed microcapsules; pouring the water into the mixing container, adding the corresponding quality of cement; stirring; adding sand and gravel filling materials, conducting worksite watering, 1/3 volume for each time, vibrating ,and air exhausting; until the slurry filling mold.
Shenzhen University, Xing and NI Inc | Date: 2010-10-13
A self-repairing concrete includes urea-formaldehyde resin polymer micro-capsules, in which the urea-formaldehyde resin polymer micro-capsules are mixed for a fixed function of micro-cracks. The quality mixture ratio is: concrete/ micro capsules/ water = 100:1-15:15 -50. The manufacturing method is weighing a full amount of water in a container, adding urea-formaldehyde resin polymer micro-capsules, stirring, until fully dispersed microcapsules; pouring the water into the mixing container, adding the corresponding quality of cement; stirring; adding sand and gravel filling materials, conducting worksite watering, 1/3 volume for each time, vibrating, and air exhausting; until the paste filling mold.
News Article | February 27, 2017
VANCOUVER, Feb. 27, 2017 /PRNewswire/ - Delbrook Capital Advisors Inc. ("Delbrook" or the "Concerned Shareholder") responds to the press release from Rapier Gold Inc. ("Rapier" or the "Company") dated February 25, 2017, titled "Rapier Announces Q1 Financial Highlights; Necessity for...
News Article | February 27, 2017
AUSTIN, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--NI (Nasdaq: NATI), the provider of platform-based systems that enable engineers and scientists to solve the world’s greatest engineering challenges, today announced NI-RFmx 2.2, the latest version of its advanced measurement software for PXI RF test systems. When used with the second-generation PXI Vector Signal Transceiver (VST), engineers can test 4.5G and 5G RF components such as transceivers and amplifiers using a wide range of carrier aggregation schemes, even as the 5G standard is still being defined. With the second-generation VST, engineers can simultaneously generate and measure up to 32 LTE carriers, each with 20 MHz of bandwidth, and use the software to specify a variety of carrier spacing schemes. The latest release of NI-RFmx also features algorithm improvements for reduced measurement time. Engineers performing modulation quality and spectral measurements for wireless technologies such as UMTS/HSPA+ and LTE/LTE-Advanced Pro can experience EVM measurement time reductions of up to 33 percent1 by installing the latest version of the software. The measurement speed improvements in NI-RFmx are part of NI’s continued efforts to help customers lower their cost of test with faster measurements. “By adopting PXI and LabVIEW along with NI-RFmx measurement software, we have seen many customers in the semiconductor industry significantly cut test time for RF measurements, resulting in lower cost of test and faster time to market,” said Charles Schroeder, vice president of RF at NI. “The combination of excellent documentation, wealth of example code, and tight integration with PXI hardware like the second generation VST has allowed our customers to quickly and easily adopt NI-RFmx into their test systems.” In addition to the algorithm improvements, NI-RFmx also adds enhanced support for measurements such as intermodulation distortion, third order intercept, and both Y-factor and cold source noise figure measurements. These measurements integrate easily with the PXIe-5668R RF signal analyzer so engineers can easily configure high-performance PXI intermodulation distortion and noise figure test sets. Current NI-RFmx users can click here to download and start using the latest version. Since 1976, NI (www.ni.com) has made it possible for engineers and scientists to solve the world’s greatest engineering challenges with powerful platform-based systems that accelerate productivity and drive rapid innovation. Customers from a wide variety of industries – from healthcare to automotive and from consumer electronics to particle physics – use NI’s integrated hardware and software platform to improve the world we live in. LabVIEW, National Instruments, NI, and ni.com are trademarks of National Instruments. Other product and company names listed are trademarks or trade names of their respective companies. 1 Based on extensive R&D benchmarking in configurations representative of a typical use case.
NI Inc | Date: 2013-10-16
A plasticized ceramic thermal dissipation module comprises a heating electrical component (1), a cooling body (2), and a thermal conductive device (3). They are located orderly. The thermal conductive device is a substrate (e.g. a high thermal conductive circuit board or a LED module board) and the heating electrical component is arranged on the substrate, in which the cooling body is a plasticized ceramic and seamlessly integrated with the thermal conductive device together as a component (All-In-One). The present invention efficiently integrates electrical circuits (or package) board with cooling body together, may be able to simplify the assembling process during the late production stage, to decrease the thermal resistance between the two components during assembling and efficiently enhances the thermal conductive performance, furthermore, the plasticized ceramic with high thermal conductive coefficient has excellent lateral thermal conductive ability to enhance the cooling performance, and be able to integrate with different types of circuits (or package) boards together to increase products productivity and design flexibility.
NI Inc | Date: 2013-10-16
A heat dissipation module with multiple porosities is used for cooling the connected heating electrical components and comprises: a cooling body, a thermal conductive part, and a heating electrical component. The cooling body is a kind of composite ceramic with multiple porosities, and the cooling body comprises at least a cavity to accommodate the thermal conductive part. The heating electrical component is a piece of PCB with electrical conductive circuits and lighting device or a CPU.
News Article | February 21, 2017
AUSTIN, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--NI (Nasdaq:NATI), the provider of platform-based systems that enable engineers and scientists to solve the world’s greatest engineering challenges, today announced the availability of the USRP-2945 quad receiver SDR device and the USRP-2944 high-performance 2x2 multiple input, multiple output (MIMO) SDR device. Both models deliver a new level of performance and capability to the USRP (Universal Software Radio Peripheral) family. These devices feature the widest frequency ranges, highest bandwidth and best RF performance in the USRP family. The USRP-2945 and USRP-2944 join the NI SDR portfolio of products, which scale from small deployable radios to 128-antenna massive MIMO systems. Engineers can use the extensive NI SDR product family to efficiently transition from design to prototyping and deployment across a wide range of wireless applications through a unified design flow. They can combine NI SDRs with LabVIEW software to rapidly develop real-time communication and wireless receiver systems, and prototype new algorithms with real-world signals through the onboard FPGA and FPGA programming tools. Additionally, engineers can efficiently incorporate NI SDR products with other NI hardware to design solutions that address the most demanding applications, benefiting from hardware flexibility combined with a unified software toolchain. Specifically designed for over-the-air signal acquisition and analysis, the USRP-2945 features a two-stage superheterodyne architecture to achieve the superior selectivity and sensitivity required for applications such as spectrum analysis and monitoring, and signals intelligence. With four receiver channels, and the capability to share local oscillators, this device also sets new industry price/performance benchmarks for direction finding applications. For wideband wireless research, the USRP-2944 is a 2x2 MIMO-capable SDR that features 160 MHz of bandwidth per channel. With a frequency range from 10 MHz to 6 GHz, this SDR works in frequencies of interest for LTE and WiFi research and exploration, covering potential new spectrum deployments. “With the future of spectrum usage and management tied to spectrum sharing, it is imperative to have cost-effective tools to enable researchers, regulators and corporations to more effectively scan, capture and analyze the spectrum to create spectrum situational awareness and respond accordingly,” said Manuel Uhm, director of marketing for Ettus Research, a National Instruments company, and chair of the board of directors for the Wireless Innovation Forum. “NI offers the broadest portfolio of SDRs and has now added a multichannel wideband transceiver and superheterodyne receiver that deliver the superior RF performance required for high-performance spectrum research.” Find more information on the USRP-2945 and USRP-2944 at www.ni.com/usrp-rio. NI SDR solutions offer unprecedented hardware and software integration that accelerate productivity and drive rapid innovation. Scaling from small to massive, NI SDR hardware and software can be used for a wide variety of applications including spectrum monitoring, signals intelligence, military communications and wireless research. The breadth of the NI SDR product family offers customers choice and the flexibility they need to help them meet their goals faster – from the LabVIEW Communications System Design Suite for programming FPGAs to open software options when paired with hardware from Ettus Research, a National Instruments company. NI SDR solutions drive productivity, shorten time to results and empower engineers and scientists with an expansive ecosystem that helps them build customer-defined solutions that leverage NI’s deep knowledge of technology trends, and large network of solution providers. Since 1976, NI (www.ni.com) has made it possible for engineers and scientists to solve the world’s greatest engineering challenges with powerful platform-based systems that accelerate productivity and drive rapid innovation. Customers from a wide variety of industries – from healthcare to automotive and from consumer electronics to particle physics – use NI’s integrated hardware and software platform to improve the world we live in. Ettus Research, LabVIEW, National Instruments, NI, ni.com and USRP are trademarks of National Instruments. Other product and company names listed are trademarks or trade names of their respective companies.